Located in the Brock University Research and Innovation Centre on Lockhart Drive on the Niagara escarpment, the Brock University Learning Lab is now in partnership with the Centre for Multiliteracies. At the Brock Learning Lab, we teach skills necessary to be strong readers and writers by working on fluency, comprehension, word study, the writing process, and a deeper appreciation of literature. As well, we have a newer emphasis on twenty-first century learning and learning literacy through iPads. Working with members of the Niagara community for over 20 years, we are committed to literacy achievement and fostering a love of literacy. We now offer math tutoring and hope to inspire an equal love to numeracy.
There are some exciting changes to the Brock Learning Lab:
Steering Committee: Drs. Diane Collier, Xavier Fazio,Tiffany Gallagher, Arlene Grierson (Nipissing University), Jennifer Rowsell, Michael Savage, Ruth Mcquirter-Scott, and Kari-Lynn Winters; Jessica Domanico (the Brock Learning Lab Coordinator) and Jennifer Turner (the Centre for Multiliteracies Coordinator); and Krista Kiemele (DSBN), Randy Pruyn (NCDSB), and Alison Morawek (NCDSB).
Brock Learning Lab Director: Jennifer Rowsell
Brock Learning Lab Coordinator Sharon Moukperian - 2015/2016 Academic Year
Brock Learning Lab CFI-funded Pedagogic Innovation Coordinator: Chrystal Colquhoun (Sept. 2015 - June 2016)
Funded by Dean's Discretionary Funding and a Social Justice Transdisciplinary Institute Community Engagement Grant,
as of January 2015, the research team and selected tutors will spend a year working with tutees to teach reading on iPads through apps, ibooks, ebooks, and videogames; attend meetings about the project; write short reflections after each tutoring lesson; and take part in a focus group on the topic at the end of the project.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Learning Lab Coordinator
T 905 688 5550 x3548